Why Coaching Works
Key Elements of Clear Vision Coaching
- Both a coaching and consulting perspective based on years of experience
- Full transparency that accelerates valuable information sharing
- Signature system that translates long term objectives into easy to follow action steps
- Measurable outcomes that provide a yardstick of coaching success
Why Do ClearVision’s Business Coaching Programs Work?
We Know Small Business. Steve Pitcairn, didn’t come straight out of corporate America to tell clients how to run their business. He has over 7 years’ experience as a small business owner himself. He personally knows the exhilaration of starting and succeeding in business, but he also knows that sometimes owners struggle to reach their true potential, not knowing exactly how to reach it. In addition, to a grueling certification training, Steve has worked tirelessly to create a system for small business success that has proven itself with real client results.
We take a comprehensive approach to coaching so that the coaching program not only improves individual performance but impacts the entire organization. It ensures that each participant’s interpersonal, leadership and strategic skills are aligned with the organization’s desired culture and long term goals to ensure a new sense of common purpose and direction.
We tie coaching outcomes to organizational strategy. Traditional Coaching models are often tactical in orientation. Managers tend to develop generic capabilities identified as “gaps” separate from the owner’s unique capabilities. Our next generation approach to coaching, by contrast, integrates coaching with organizational context and strategy. Managers develop broad capabilities relevant to realizing the organization’s strategic objectives now and in the future.
We support the development of an organization-wide coaching culture. A consistent, openness inspiring growth and encouraging ownership and accountability are addressed at each level and integrated into the role of managers and colleagues, as well as business strategy, culture and processes.
We measure to prove it delivers. Client Success Measures are used to set goals and evaluate progress throughout the coaching process. Typical measurable goal categories include financial, sales process, operational, and management.
Unbiased Research. Right Management, a consulting firm in Philadelphia, conducted research in 2009 to determine the return on investment from business coaching and found that it offered a near 6 times ROI. It also showed the following tangible results.
Your level of success in attaining the results claimed in our materials depends on the time you devote to the program, ideas and techniques mentioned, your finances, knowledge and various skills. Since these factors differ according to individuals, we cannot guarantee your success or income level. Nor are we responsible for any of your actions.